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. where does the wind come from in san francisco. the right place is on the beach between twin peek and it is incident. unless the incident was at the beach. here's the i incident you want to be here. up wind, uphill . anybody ever put a fire out before by yourself. small fire. >> that's the good kind you want to stop it when it's small. george and i and the fire department will take care of the big fires but think if everybody in the room had a fire extinguishers how many fires you could put out. this is a big fire we will get these. it's hard for us to get around in a disaster from the streetcars and trolley buses stop, no electricity. we have the above groundwater system. it was invented years ago by our fire chiefs this is what saved the marina the boat pumping the water out put the fires out in the marina. you want to stop, look, listen and think. you size up the situation this is what we do in the fire department. you look at it. is it a little fire. a candle burning. do i get the fire extinguisher. is it a big fire can i put it out. >> it would cover the area the size of a
the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> all right. you get your property tax bit. the postal service is closing dozens of mail processing plants. we have more on what this means for you. >> reporter: there's no secret the u.s. postal service is struggling with its balance sheet. usps is moving forward with con sal dation -- consolidations. they are the big facilities where mail gets sorted. the union made halas ditch effort to stop but the commission denied the request. it will affect about 5,000 workers but many will be offered new jobs elsewhere or retirement podges. for now zoo worry about the package you -- don't worry about the package you just mailed. the next phase will slowdown the first class mai. the post sal service posted a $5 billion loss last year so the consolidations are the latest attempt to stroll line the service and keep it alive. reporting from new york. >> it is july the 2nd. i know we lost a lot of days and the time, we're coming up on 6:00 because we have the flashing 12's. we have been without power sen
, a pregnant mother oo twins prepared toosay "i do." do."23331"we werr going to try and do a backyard thing try anddget married before the would have or nine months." - months.""ut that plan went out the window when lianne johnson . her fiance.. jason greenless... a soldier back from afghanistan... is working co-uld not figure out a time to have the wedding.thats' when the hospital stepped in... providing a dress, the rings and cake.ii wasn't the wedding they had planned but it worked great. 3 thht's all for fox45 newssat 5:30."family feud" is next. for fox45 news at ten ---and the late edition at 11... 11... joey fatone: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by
in the twin brooks section of rockville. they still have a temporary stop sign out here. connecticut avenue through kensington. every light was out at one point. it has good night somewhat better today. a big breakthrough happened on connecticut avenue just after noon. here, finally, progress. 12:15 p.m. and connecticut avenue southbound was being reopened at veers mill road. 2 1/2 days to clean up this major artery after friday night storm. the damage to utilities along connecticut avenue and north kensington, dramatic, dozens of traffic signals still dead. >> i'm a little nervous. >> all over montgomery county, motorists were left to trust each other at the busy intersections. >> we stop. wait for one to go, and i go. when they go, they continue. >> the lucky ones had portable stop signs standing in. do you trust the other guy? >> i guess. >> at 1:30 this afternoon, county police reported 240 traffic lights still out. and only enough officers to direct traffic at 90 of those intersections. >> what is helping is officers out there in the broiling sun and they are doing a great job.
i went back to the twin cities and talked to the special agent in charge there, both said that the somali community had been cooperative in fbi investigations. and i think it was because of actually very good police work and very good work by the fbi in making sure that they earned the trust of the somali community there. my questions are to chief davis and to officer gale. both of you have served as law enforcement officers. how do you earn the trust of the diverse communities that you serve? some of which -- some of whom may be initially skeptical of the police? >> thank you, senator, and one stop at a time. one day at a time. one interaction at a time. i think when people -- i think we have to, one, acknowledge the history police have played. the role of law enforcement with regard to race in this country. we still have generations of people that remember the desegregation. we have generations of people that are still here that remember when the police were the enforcement tool and rule of law with regard to jim crow law and black code laws. we have to acknowledge we mi
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of country not record setting but all above average in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone today of the waldo ca
places so you can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >> nasa scientist at the next crucial step in what could be the longest and most expensive trip into space. >> science fiction is slowly giving way to reality at nasa. a ship that will define the future of american space exploration. >> it will travel farther into space than any spacecraft design for humans has flown in the 40 years since our astronauts went to the moon. >> the specific destination in space. an unmanned test flight in two years to travel to an asteroid by 2020, and a trip to mars just a decade later. >> a new and exciting chapter in america's great space exploration story. >> a long-range mission as nasa terms to the private sector for unique partnership with private companies to handle service to the international space station, giving nasa scientists space to focus on a trip further into the stars. for astronauts, the opportunity to dream. >> to go on a potentially three- yea
in the country. we'll do the twin sister road trip tomorrow on "today." that's so fun. i'm natalie morales along with willie geist and tamron hall. is that vacation or work? >> vacation. >> a good gig. meanwhile if you're thinking about taking a family trip, how about camping with the kids, enjoy the outdoors. even if you haven't done it, what you need to know to ensure everybody, including tamron, has a good time. >> i say include an exit plan but i could be persuaded with s'mores. weather, a casual picnic, weekend at the beach. what to bring a host. creative ideas, perfect gift for any occasion. look at that, that's great. play a new game. dominos. >> on another note, today nbc news is launching latino.com, english language news and lifestyle featuring hispanic perspectives on family, food. i'm proud to say i'm a contributor. be sure to check out nbclatino.com. we're excited about this. stephanie abrams here for al. >> i love camping. you know you can camp in central park. what do you guys say? >> legally? >> yes. they have on friday nights or something. do you know about this? maybe we should
down in mexico city. >> you guys are twins. look at that double screen. you guys are twins right there. potter and barnacle. >> mark has a shirt and tie on. he's legitimate. >> much younger brother, mark potter there. >> thanks very much. although he referenced one of the huge stories of our times that goes uncovered largely in the united states of america. 55,000 casualties in that drug war. just incredible. mark, again, thanks very much. a sign of the times. how local governments are trying to make end meet with the help of corporate sponsors. keep it right here on "morning joe." down here, folks measure commitment by what's getting done. the twenty billion dollars bp committed has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't mean our job is done. we're still committed to seeing this
with the great frank conniff. >> what we just listened to was the elo sen twins the olsen twins doing leonard cohen. >> john: later on, we'll have n sync doing some lynyrd skynyrd. we're taking your calls at 1-800-steph-12 to find out what your favorite anti-obama mean is. is this where we go to the great jacki? have you been watching current tv? have you beheld the majesty that is jacki schechner? >> you know what? i'm not quite familiar with jacki schechner. >> you are one of the throngs that is being pulled into the cult of current tv. it is not just people like stephanie miller and eliot spitzer, there are other hotties, too. jacki schechner is the woman who makes the news worth waking up for you. are you there jacki? >> i am here. nice words for an early monday morning. you'll start my week off well. >> john: i suck up with the best of them. >> ready for news? >> john: yeah, hit us. what's going on? such a slow "newsweek" last week. what's going on? >> really, nothing to talk about. a new poll out from "us
surveys, while hsbc's pmi focuses on smaller firms. the twin readings will pressure beijing to ease policy further, they add china's domestic activity needs to strengthen to encompass foreign demand especially from europe and the u.s. >> tracey, thanks very much. we get back to george goncalves joining us there from new york. george, which, to you is pointing the direction forward here, the weaker data out of asia, the somewhat firmer tone out of europe or what happens in the u.s. with the pmi figures still to come? >> we actually have a short holiday week this week, the start of the new quarter and i think we have to look back to the last two quarters, the first quarter things come out, you know, quite nicely with all the liquidity coming into the system, markets rose, then we had the complete night and day response in the second quarter when all the european fear set in, as we start the third quarter this week is critical, even though it's a short holiday week you have the ecb's decision, the boe, a lot of data, the pmis here as well which will dovetail all the pmis were discussing about
for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we have done to protect the single market. if you look at the conclusion of the summit, he would see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. we continually say at he is very important that -- it is is very important that the bazookas are big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and stick to the rubik's cube. [laughter] i will not take lectures from people who give up the rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. these are people who said that your opinion and has not got much power, and he likes to tell us and as the about standing up to vested interests, but the fact is, he will never stand up to two big vested interests, the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european un
. when will they take responsibility for these twin crises -- the deficit and felt banking regulation? yes what we did to protect a single market. if he looks at the conclusions of the summit, he will see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question about are the eurozone funds sufficient? he is right to ask that question. we continue to sit at the bazookas are big enough. as for a description -- i think he ought to give up the hokey poeky and stick to the rubix cube. give up our social, took us into the bailout funds even more we were not part of europe. these are the people who say that the european union has not gotten too much power and they joined the rural if they were in power for a long run-up. he likes to talk about standing up to vested interest but the fact is he will never stand up to to be vested in -- the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european union, with the prime minister -- would the prime minister agree that th
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